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Small is beautiful: Preferential trade agreements and the impact of country size, market share, and smuggling

By Maurice Schiff


The smaller the volume (or share) of imports from the trading partner, the larger the impact of a preferential trade agreement on home country welfare—because the smaller the imports, the smaller the loss in tariff revenue. And the home country is better off as a small member of a large bloc than as a large member of a small bloc

Year: 1997
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